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1 Dreaming of Paradise
My eyelids droop as I read the final pages of Thomas More's "Utopia". If only such a place were real! As I drift off, my thoughts go to all those literary paradises I have read of, and I imagine myself on a journey...
Average
10 Q
reedy
Apr 22 14
561 plays
2 Famous Places That Never Existed
This quiz is based on the many imaginary places in well known tales. All aboard, we're going to leave.
Average
10 Q
zordy
Nov 07 07
10866 plays
3 Unreal-Estate and Classified Ads - Tribute Quiz
This quiz is based on bullymom's inspired original, which you can find in the Mythology and Legends section. Questions are in the form of ads; you identify the literary place, object or character advertised.
Difficult
15 Q
alkmene
Feb 21 04
2526 plays
4 Write Around England
Some classic works of literature are famously associated with the landscapes or cities they are set in. This quiz is about ten such works which have connections to specific areas around England.
Average
10 Q
Fifiona81
Aug 24 13
441 plays
5 Cities in Literature
Ten questions about cities in literature, real and imagined.
Tough
10 Q
Snowman
Sep 24 07
1323 plays
6 The Places You Go
...When You Read. Can you identify these imaginary places from different types of literature? I'm sure you can. Have fun.
Average
20 Q
shvdotr
Dec 15 14
414 plays
7 Houses in Fiction
Sometimes the house plays as big a role in the story do as the human characters. Do you remember the names of all these fictional homes, manors and estates?
Tough
15 Q
annaheldfan
May 01 12
444 plays
8 It Was the Best of Times...Utopias
A quiz about literary perfect places--otherwise known as Utopias. Good luck!
Average
10 Q
john_sunseri
Feb 11 10
546 plays
9 A Pen and a Prayer
There are many works of fiction set in and around monasteries, cathedrals, convents and other religious buildings. How many of them do you know?
Tough
10 Q
helen295
Aug 24 13
270 plays
10 Are You Sure This Land is Magical?
Do you believe in magic and the supernatural? Do enchanted lands and lost kingdoms appeal to you? Then come with me on a tour of sites that have been used in literature as plot elements and settings. Magical or real? That's for you to decide.
Very Easy
10 Q
Whitney37
Apr 11 14
843 plays
11 If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home Now!
How many of these famous literary residences (and their residents) do you remember?
Average
10 Q
Rowena8482
Oct 16 13
465 plays
12 The Half-Open Cellar Door...
Cellars play an important role in many novels and stories. See if you can answer these questions about tales that contain real or figurative cellars, basements and dungeons!
Average
10 Q
shuehorn
Dec 04 11
291 plays
13 Pubs In Literature
For my first attempt at a Fun Trivia quiz, I've selected a subject that combines two of my main interests in life!
Difficult
10 Q
TabbyTom
Nov 22 01
729 plays
14 Famous Places That Never Existed. Part Two.
This is the second part of our journey to places you can find only in books (and sometimes films).
Tough
10 Q
zordy
Dec 09 07
843 plays
15 Ideal Countries In Literature
Literature being a matter for dreamers,at least in the popular view, it's not surprising that you can find in poetry and novels quite a few descriptions of Ideal Countries and Promised Lands. See which of these you have heard of already.
Average
10 Q
flem-ish
Oct 18 02
1203 plays
16 Location, location, location
See what you remember about the settings for some classic works of literature.
Average
10 Q
chicagojanet
Jul 29 12
516 plays
17 Places in Literature
This is a quiz about places named in works of literature. Some are real places and some are fictitious. The range is anything from Winnie the Pooh to John Keats so there should be something for everybody!
Tough
10 Q
aggymemnon
Sep 06 09
495 plays
18 Imaginary Places
These are places that were created in literature and do not exist in the real world. How many can you identify?
Average
10 Q
mhuirnin
Jul 26 02
1644 plays
19 Through The Literary Keyhole
Whether it's a mansion or a farmhouse, a cave or a castle, the 15 homes featured in this quiz have all played a big part in literature throughout the years.
Average
15 Q
helen295
Feb 11 04
738 plays
20 The Literary Polymath
This time, the Polymath is masquerading as a literature quiz, but you'll need to exercise your geography, song lyrics and history muscles as well. All of the answers are geographical locations.
Average
10 Q
frankmcvey
Jun 18 05
348 plays
21 A Perfect World!
Somebody is always seeking a perfect society or trying to devise one.
Tough
10 Q
astorian
Sep 15 03
990 plays
22 Literary Locales
Take a brief tour of some places that are prominent in literary works
Average
10 Q
robert362
Jan 10 01
810 plays
23 Where Angels Fear to Tread
All the books in this quiz feature somewhat 'twisted' and darker versions of the city of London. How many of them do you know?
Tough
10 Q
Rowena8482
Nov 26 11
222 plays
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Last Updated Jan 11 15 8:09 AM

Some sample questions from this category:

* Mark Twain had an early success with 'The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County'. Where is Calaveras County?
* Jonathan Swift wrote about the fictional Lilliput where people were quite {small;} he also wrote about a place where the people were giants.
* Hemingway wrote about 'the running of the bulls' in Spain. Where does this event take place?
* In 'The Grapes of Wrath', John Steinbeck wrote about people who were trying to escape from the 'dust bowl'. In what state?
* Washington Irving described the headless horseman in 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'? Where is that town located?


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